Do you know what Whole Foods is doing to help keep our world healthy?

I’m increasingly becoming concerned about the foods that go into our bodies and the chemicals that we put onto our bodies. One of my favorite stores, Whole Foods, is also concerned. This month, Whole Foods Market celebrates Earth Month with a three part podcast series on the environmental initiatives that set them apart. For information on their organic body care standards, greener packaging and carefully evaluated ingredients in products that meet their Premium Body Care™ standards. Podcast summaries are include below, but for more information and to listen to them, CLICK HERE:

Truly Organic Body Care – April 5
With its guidelines for organic personal care, Whole Foods Market is working toward ensuring that “organic” means organic in every aisle of its stores. Listen in as Joe Dickson, global quality standards coordinator with Whole Foods Market shares about the company’s efforts to protect the organic standard for shoppers, suppliers and planet.

Responsible Packaging in Whole Body – April 10
Did you know that nearly one-third of all municipal solid waste in the U.S. is packaging? Learn about the changes being made to Whole Body product packaging to help reduce environmental impact. Jim McConnell is store supplies and services specialist for the Rocky Mountain region and co-chair of the Whole Foods Market Responsible Packaging Task Force.

Premium Body Care® Quality Standards – April 15
Products carrying the Premium Body Care symbol are the most exceptional personal care products available. They meet the strictest standards for quality sourcing, environmental impact, results and safety. Enjoy this introductory video on how Premium Body Care allows shoppers to “be good to your whole body.”


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